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    My dad was diagnosed in june with GMB 4 and he has been in the oil well industry for years. He just turned 60. I am finding more and more people with this terrible cancer. Kayla

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       my father was diagnosed with Glioblastoma stage 4 in June and had his tumor removed. He is now doing alternative treatments consisting of IV Vitamin C with DMSO. Ozone treatments and many many supplements including hemp oil.  So far he has decided he will NOT do chemo or radiation. His 2 month scan was negative for any tumor regrowth. Kayla

      August 19, 2014 view post
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        What town are you being treated in. And do you have gmb 4.  Did they remove your tumor. 

        August 10, 2014 view post
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          I am wondering if anyone out there has choosen NOT to do chemo/radiation? My dad decided to do an alternative method. It consists of iv vitamin c and other supplements. Has anyone done this?  Has anyone tried cabbanis oil as treatment for GMB without chemo/radiation?  

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            July 21, 2014
            • findacuregmb has replied to a post on the message board

              Thanks. I have some friends that their family members used this alternative treatment and swear by it. My dad has been doing some of his own research and has asked me about this as well. He is doing the standard of care treatment at md anderson still but he wants to try something if he makes it thru the 6 weeks. So far his spririts are good. He starts radiation and chemo for sure now next week. He had final fitting f...

              July 19, 2014 view post
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                Has anyone tried this treatment? 

                July 19, 2014 view discussion
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                  I guess i was under the understanding that clinical trials started at the beginning of treatment as well. KU offered him a vaccine clinical trial but he wanted to go to MD Anderson and he got there and they the clinical trials they have start later etc. He starts his treatment next week. He is getting fitted for some cap he said? I am planning on seeing him again for his bday the 30th and then stay with him a week o...

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                    My dad is currently being treated at md anderson and from what i researched their clinical trials are only for recurrent tumors. What other clinical trials has everyone else used and how are they working for you? Thanks for the help and info. Kayla

                    July 15, 2014 view discussion
                    • findacuregmb has replied to a post on the message board

                      what kind of treatment did your mom have and where at if you don't mind me asking? Thx

                      July 15, 2014 view post
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                      About findacuregmb

                      Caregiver
                      Brain Cancer
                      After Treatment, Alternative Treatments, Cancer Treatments, Clinical Trials and Research, Diet, Emotional Support

                      My dad was diagnosed with gmb grade 4 june 21st. Tumor was 7cm and removed on june 24th. He will start chemo and radiation next at md Anderson
                      He had no preexisting conditions. He is 59 years old. He had surgery at ku med and was discharged june 27. No deficits from the surgery and they were able to remove 99% of the tumor.
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